InVivo Therapeutics settles monkey business with Oregon research facility

January 4, 2010 by MassDevice staff

InVivo Therapeutics Inc. settles its beef with Oregon Health & Science University, which it blamed for a botched primate study of its tissue regeneration technique for spinal cord injuries.

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Attorneys for InVivo Therapeutics Inc. said the company has settled a lawsuit it filed against an Oregon research facility after a botched primate study last year.

Alexander Furey, the attorney for the Cambridge, Mass.-based tissue regeneration developer, told MassDevice that InVivo and Oregon Health & Sciences University reached a settlement. Furey declined to provide any specifics on the terms of the agreement, saying only that "the settlement was confidential."

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